Hudson Resources Inc. announces that beginning of the 2006 field season from Monday, March 6, 2006. Hudson has outlined an aggressive exploration program for 2006 with the objective of determining the economic potential of the previously discovered Garnet Lake diamondiferous dyke. Hudson is initially conducting a high-resolution seismic reflection survey over the dike system which will commence the week of March 6th.
Frontier Geosciences Inc. of North Vancouver, BC will be managing the seismic program. They have extensive seismic survey experience and were involved with the survey that successfully imaged DeBeers 2.5m wide Snap Lake Dike to a depth of 1,500m over an extension of at least 5,000m.
Hudson has already established diamondiferous kimberlite over a 900m potential strike length. Drilling has intersected the dike over a 500m extent. A small 160kg kimberlite sample, which produced the largest diamond found in Greenland to date at 0.07 carats, was collected 400m to the south of Garnet Lake along strike. Hudson is participating in the annual Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada mining conference next week in Toronto.